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I feel like I am weird because I actually like (a lot!) Lean Cuisine's frozen French bread pizza's. Other than that, they have other flavors that are pretty good too.


sounds tasty! i rarely buy frozen meals with meat though because i am always convinced it tastes weird and then i dont eat it. totally in my head i am sure!

but i do like some of the vegetarian ones, like kashi pesto pasta (hard to find but SO YUM) and the lean cuisine vegetable ravioli bowl. amy's are pretty good too but some have pretty high calorie & fat counts, so i am always checking that!


Frozen meal sounds and looks great!

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We offer escorted group tours of Western and Eastern turkey and private tours to suit all budgets.Or perhaps you already have most of your travel booked and would like us to help with booking some extras such as blue cruises or Balloon Flights - Turkey is a magical and diverse country - whether you want to get into the nightlife of Istanbul, sit around drinking tea with the locals, camp under the stars, go trekking, learn about the culture or dive into the pristine waters of the Meditteranean, there is an experience to suit you. Whatever your needs, our aim is to make sure you have a memorable experience in Turkey.We aim to provide our clients with something different when they travel with us. As our client you won't miss all of the main tourist sites, but we aim to give you something more than just the basics - for example, the opportunity to visit a small Turkish village, or the chance to learn how to cook a delicious Turkish meal.
We have many years experience in the Turkish travel and tourism industry and would like to share our experience and passion for Turkey with you.

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g that I purchased this meal and yes...with my money. I am not being paid for this review. I just thought other people may find the information helpful.
Ok, so now that that's out of the way, let's get to the review! :)

I first noticed this Organic Bistro Sav

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We arranged a pickup from Sabiha airport with a name card and there was our driver - very prompt who delivered us safely to our hotel. Everyone was so helpful and our contact from was waiting for us to complete our trip details. Everything was very well organized and well explained to us. We were very impressed. The staff so helpful and friendly. The location was amazing. Everything we wanted to see was on our doorstep. We loved the bustle and activity on the streets. Even the traffic jams were fun. Breakfast on the roof terrace was great and in the sunshine, a lovely spot to start the day. We were collected next morning to drive to cappadocia tour. This again was wonderful though our guide talked too much at times, giving us too much information and not enough time to wander on our own. We had a bit of fun when a Greek guest disagreed with the guide on some points. I don't think the guide appreciated my friend and I not paying attention!! Our memories of the trip will be the excellent organization and lovely, friendly, helpful staff. Thank you all so much. Love Turkey with Privatetoursinistanbul......"


The Ginger Chicken Entree from Organic Bistro sucks! Just being blunt and honest. Do you want the awful details, they include spongey chicken, bland flavour, separation of sauce/water during cooking.

A waste of money, and an unpleasant meal.
Slightly better than jail food, from what I have heard.
I cooked it according to the directions.
As a trained cook, I find this meal needs a re-invention.

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